Snacking guidelines just another unnecessary interference from PHE


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Christopher Snowdon comments in The Sun

Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs has commented in The Sun on Public Health England’s new guidelines on snacking.

In the article Christopher argues that telling parents what they can and can’t allow their children to snack on is just another addition to the long list of unnecessary interferences from Public Health England. Introducing such extreme limits is an insult to people’s intelligence.

Read the full article here.



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